A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS
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Editing Skills- there are punctuation mistakes in some of these
sentences; add or remove punctuation where necessary
1. Rightly the subsequent media frenzy was dismissed in some quarters as a nonstory.
2. Kofi Annan, the United Nations secretary general has been dealt yet another blow
after it emerged that two investigators resigned in protest when he was cleared of
allegations of wrongdoing.
3. The answer to that first vital question, is that they need a helping hand, only when
they have lost their ability to control events.
4. "The old guard are back", she said.
5. According to the magazine's editor Paul Morley subscriptions have increased by
6. The proposals if passed would also lead to new commissions being set up.
7. When the guards opened fire the bomber blew himself up killing a police officer
and wounding two others.
8. Initially, they had sought £5,000 for providing the photographs which had not been
9. I was rung by another neighbour, he said there had been an attack in the alley, I
rushed over and saw the woman with her boy.
10. That compounded things for me, lots of people sitting in the dark applauding
without even knowing what they're watching.